Philosophy BA - Requirements
Students concentrating in philosophy must complete 30 credits (10 courses) of course work in philosophy.
To be taken in the first or second semester.
|PHIL1101||Introduction to Logic|
|PHIL1102||Introduction to Philosophy|
To be taken in the last year.
To be chosen from the available courses.
The student must consult with his/her adviser to make sure that the distribution is reasonable and representative across the subfields of philosophy:
|PHIL 1106||Ideas of Happiness|
|PHIL 1112||Critical Thinking for College and Life|
|PHIL 1440||Biomedical Ethics|
|PHIL 2008||Ethical Issues in the Movies|
|PHIL 2102||Space and Time|
|PHIL 2201||Ancient Philosophy|
|PHIL 2203||Contemporary Philosophy|
|PHIL 2207||Philosophy of Religion|
|PHIL 2210||What is Radical Politics?|
|PHIL 2214||Philosophy of Language|
|PHIL 2432||Philosophy of Law|
|PHIL 2777||Formal Logic|
|PHIL 2828||Immortality and Reincarnation|
|PHIL 2999||Thinking About the Mind|
|PHIL 3305||Social and Political Philosophy|
|PHIL 3306||The Problem of Evil|
Students majoring in philosophy must complete the humanities area requirement of the general education requirements in areas other than philosophy.
Students should see College requirements for details of the general education requirements.
Odysseus Makridis, Ph.D.
Literature, Language, Writing, and Philosophy Department
Fairleigh Dickinson University
285 Madison Ave - M-MS3-01
Madison, NJ 07940
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